Part II. Maintaining Stability Under High Capital Mobility
- Alexander Swoboda, and Peter Kenen
- Published Date:
- December 2000
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- 3 The Euro, Yen, and Dollar: Making the Case Against Benign Neglect
- Comments: Let Exchange Rates Float
- Comments: Foreign Exchange Origins of Japan’s Liquidity Trap
- Comments: The Case for Benign Neglect
- 4 Moderating Fluctuations in Capital Flows to Emerging Market Economies
- Comments: Lessons from the Czech Experience
- Comments: Emerging Market Crises: Origins and Remedies
- Comments: Who Is to Blame for the Crises?
- Comments: Policy Options for Capital Importers
- 5 When Capital Inflows Suddenly Stop: Consequences and Policy Options
- comments: The Balance Between Adjustment and Financing
- Comments: The Balance Between Structural and Macroeconomic Adjustment
- Comments: Can the Right Balance Be Achieved?
- Comments: On Dysfunctional Adjustment and Financing
- 6 Is Greater Private Sector Burden Sharing Impossible?
- Comments: Private Sector Participation in Crisis Prevention and Resolution
- Comments: On Debt Management and Collective-Action Clauses
- Comments: More Private Sector Involvement and Less Official Financing
- Comments: Private Sector Burden Sharing